Synonyms for seshego or Related words with seshego

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Examples of "seshego"
Seshego is divided into 8 zones. The Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema grew up in Zone 1 in an area called Masakaneng. The Seshego Dam is a dam on the Molautsi River in the western side of the town. Zone 4 has a large dam called beach front
Malema graduated from Mohlakaneng High School, Seshego, Limpopo. In 2010, he completed a two-year diploma in youth development through University of South Africa (UNISA).
The city was well known for its manufacturing facility in Seshego of Tempest Radios & Hi-Fis, the largest employer in the region.
Since moving to Limpopo, the club has played at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium, University of Limpopo Stadium and Seshego Stadiumin Polokwane.
Kefentse Seshego Mahlo (born in Tzaneen, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the . He can play as a winger, fullback or scrum-half.
Malema is known for his oratory skills. He married his long time girlfriend in a private ceremony under heavy security in his hometown Seshego in 2014. Julius also has a son named Ratanang from a previous relationship with Maropeng Ramohlale.
Seshego is a large township in the Polokwane Local Municipality of the Capricorn District Municipality of the Limpopo province of the Republic of South Africa. The township lies directly northwest of the city of Polokwane.
Born in Seshego (Limpopo), Molekwane made his debut for Kaizer Chiefs on 8 August 2009 in a 0–0 draw against Santos in the ABSA Premiership. In April 2012, Molekwane broke his foot in training and missed the remainder of the season.
Malema, a Mopedi, was born and grew up in Seshego, Transvaal Province. His mother was a domestic worker and a single parent. He joined the African National Congress's Masupatsela at the age of nine or ten. His main task at the time, was to remove National Party posters.
Between 1972 and 1974 Seshego was the capital of the non-independent Bantustan of Lebowa, which was abolished in 1994. The township's industries produce food, beverages, tobacco, textiles, wearing apparel, leather goods, wood and wood products, fabricated metal products, machinery, and equipment. Many of Seshego’s inhabitants commute to Polokwane for employment.
In 2009 the bishop began thinking about the needs of Polokwane itself. It is rapidly transforming from a small city into a full-scale city. The open land between Polokwane and Seshego is rapidly filling up with houses. New suburbs are opening up to the north, east and south. New shopping malls are opening up and existing ones are doubling in size.
Palace Super Falcons won the 2009–10 Sasol Women's League National Championships beating defending champions, Detroit Ladies, 4–2 in a penalty shoot-out after the score being 2–2 at full time. The match was broadcast on SABC 1 in Seshego, Limpopo on the 23 May 2010. It was attended by football personalities like Doctor Khumalo and the President of SAFA, Kirsten Nematandani.
Malema was elected a chairman of the Youth League branch in Seshego and the regional chairman in 1995. In 1997 he became the chairman of the Congress of South African Students (Cosas) for the Limpopo province, and was elected as the national president of that organisation in 2001. In 2002, Malema led a Cosas march by school pupils, through Johannesburg; the march was marked by incidents of violence and looting.
In March 1974 Chief Phatudi, Harry Schwarz and M. I. Mitchell (United Party MP), had discussions at Seshego. They issued a joint statement, endorsing the principles embodied in the Mahlabatini Declaration. It also stated that all South Africans must be united to meet any external threats, subversion, or terrorism, and that the best way of uniting the people to meet such threats was to give them a real stake in society which they were asked to defend.
The Diep River meets the right bank of the Sand River northeast of Polokwane town. The Mulaudzi River, also known as "Blood River", joins the Sand River from the left just north of Polokwane. The Seshego Dam is a small dam on the Mulaudzi. The Brak River is an intermittent stream flowing between the Blouberg and the Soutpansberg, joining the left bank of the Sand River about from the Limpopo River.
The people of Matšitšileng have embraced education as the key factor to the success of every family. However, there are no institutions of hihger leraning in Matšitšileng. Those who wish to further their studies have to go to Mahwelereng or Seshego for a teacher's diploma, or Mankweng for the University of Limpopo (Turfloop campus) for other qualifications, while some opt for Gauteng and job hunting.
Under the apartheid government certain areas were allocated to certain racial groups; these areas still have a majority of these racial groups present. Westernburg is a former Coloured township. Seshego and Turfloop are former black townships outside Polokwane. Nirvana is a former Indian township. Former White suburbs in the city include: Bendor, Welgelegen, Moregloed, Annadale, Ivydale, Flora Park, Fauna Park, Penina Park, Ivy Park, Hospital Park, Ster Park, Dalmada, Broadlands, Woodlands, and Thornhill. Serala View and Marula Heights are new "black" elite suburbs.
Lebowa was a bantustan ("homeland") located in the Transvaal in north eastern South Africa. Seshego initially acted as Lebowa's capital while the purpose-built Lebowakgomo was being constructed. Granted internal self-government on 2 October 1972 and ruled for much of its existence by Cedric Phatudi, Lebowa was reincorporated into South Africa in 1994. It became part of the Limpopo province. The territory was not contiguous, being divided into two major and several minor portions.
Winners Park is a football (soccer) club based in Mookgopong, which is a town roughly 100 km southwest of Polokwane on the N1 and R101 roads, situated inside the Limpopo province of South Africa. They were relegated from the National First Division to Vodacom League in May 2010. This imposed a set of changes for the club, including a move of their home venue from Seshego Stadium, to the less expensive Mookgopong Grounds.